Exclusive Premiere: Marc Daniels Releases Fiery “Redheads” Music Video! – Watch

Meet Marc Daniels, the Washington born singer released his debut single “Redheads” from his latest full-length album, The Starting Line. The single is a playful ode to the type of girl he can’t resist, red-haired women.

Daniels shared with Variety Beat the inspiration behind the song, saying;

“I’ve always been crazy about Redheaded woman and I wrote this song to give perspective on what goes on in the minds of those of us that have unique fetishes that our friends just don’t understand. This song is not just for those with a redhead infatuation, but I envision that everyone could relate to it on some level or find humor in it on another.”

Daniels take us through a fantasy in the music video as he is surrounded by countless redheads in a bar who are just as fascinated with him as he is with them, what more could a guy want?

I like them redheads
Those big green eyes just knock me dead
Them redheads
I just gave up trying to fight it
They’re trouble boy that’s what they’ve said
Them redheads
I think I might catch on fire….yeah


Daniels is giving us some serious Jason Aldean Vibes with his rock/country sound and a little Luke Bryan getting his flirt on! Those are two artists who are definitely dominating the Country music world these days! Check out the official press release below to learn more about Daniels and his latest single “Redheads.”

Redheads Artwork

Official Press Release:

Los Angeles, CA — June 22, 2017 — Singer-songwriter and guitarist, Marc Daniels injects a breath of fresh air in to the country-rock scene with his fun-loving lyrics, charmingly expressive vocals and driving guitar riffs. Daniels’ latest LP, The Starting Line, is an impressionable result of his appealing and infectious music style. To further support his recent album, Marc Daniels debuts his lead single and music video entitled “Redheads,” available June 22, 2017.

“Redheads” is Daniels’ playful ode to the type of girl he can’t resist. The single opens with a grinding riff that continues throughout the song and leads into the cheeky lyrics. Marc Daniels’ deep, commanding voice belts out the catchy hook, singing, “I think I might catch on fire.” He keeps the song fun and light-hearted as he confesses that his friends have called him crazy and even suggested therapy to treat his irresistible love for redheads. The underlining meaning to the song explains a person’s own personal desires and infatuations while they try to convince others to relate to them, alternatively it really doesn’t matter if anyone understands!

Filmed in Northern California by Trespasser Productions, the music video opens with Marc Daniels drinking in a dusty, country bar when a group of auburn and red-haired women alluringly march in with their short-shorts and cowboy boots. The video cuts in between frames of Daniels singing into a microphone in front of western plains during a scenic sunset. Back at the bar, Marc and the women romp around as they ride the mechanical bull, square dance and light whiskey shots on fire. The video has a comedic tone that perfectly matches the fun and flirty lyrics of the song.

Being a newcomer to the country-rock scene, Daniels’ continues to seamlessly integrate himself into the genre with his party-starting anthems, blazing guitar melodies and hard-hitting basslines. Marc Daniels’ latest LP represents his lively, well-versed music and it has not gone unnoticed. The Starting Line has already received media praise from Country Music Life, Country Music Junkies and continues to gain a considerable buzz!

About Marc Daniels

Growing up in Spokane, WA, Marc Daniels starting playing the piano at an early age. It wasn’t until his early twenties that he began taking on a more active role as a singer and front man for several bands in the Pacific Northwest. With much success, Marc and his band members toured across the country and played at premier venues such as The Viper Room (Los Angeles), Knitting Factory (Spokane), Studio 7 (Seattle), University of Idaho and many more! In 2015, Marc decided to change the direction of his music style and originate back to his roots to create a heavily influenced country-rock album, The Starting Line which was released the following year. The full-length pays admiration to Marc’s past while growing up in Spokane, WA and highlights the great memories of those carefree years back home. For more information please visit:

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